Code Evolutions: 2015 Washington & Seattle Energy Code Updates
The City of Seattle and Washington State have enacted significant changes to the 2015 energy codes, which build upon additional changes already incorporated into the 2015 IECC.
With these new developments, it is critical that architects and their industry collaborators are thoroughly familiar with the constraints and opportunities afforded by these new codes. This seminar will examine each of the significant developments in the 2015 Washington State and City of Seattle energy codes, including changes related to building envelope, lighting power and controls, MEP systems and commissioning, and others topics. Speakers will also discuss important information about the implementation calendar and the impact of energy efficiency requirements on architectural and engineering design decisions.
- Participants will become familiar with the changes to the Washington State and City of Seattle Energy Code.
- Participants will understand the importance of the new code requirements within the long-term framework of State and Seattle goals for energy and carbon.
- Participants will learn how the energy efficiency requirements will impact architectural and engineering design decisions.
- Participant will learn the implementation calendar and phased compliance dates to remain in compliance during the shift to the updated codes.
- Participants will learn how to understand the organization of the codes in order to be able to easily locate information on the changes to the code.
includes 4 LU|HSW and light refreshments
$114.00 AIA Members
$114.00 Government / Partners (NEEA, NEEC, ASHRAE)
$67.00 AIA Associates
Duane Jonlin FAIA | Energy Code and Energy Conservation Advisor, Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections
Ben Roush | Associate, FSi Consulting Engineers
Special thanks to the Code Committee for planning this series of sessions!
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE SPONSORS OF THE 2017 CODE SERIES
Contact AIA Seattle Program Manager Cassie Blair.
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